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Selectmen Give a Class in Brevity

by Bobby Blair
January 23, 2018

Selectmen met in record time Monday night wrapping up town business in 24 minutes. Town Administrator Jeff Ritter presented the 2018/19 bugets for Waste Water Management and the Sealer of Weights and Measures which were approved as within budget guidelines. Ritter also noted that four RFQ's  (request for qualifications) had been received relative to roof work for the public library.

Technology Director Chris  Meo presented his guideline budget while selectmen look forward to the ensuing year to request capital monies for his department.

The board appointed Jessica Kee as an EMT and Daniel Lemme as a dispatcher.  The board approved Chairman Kevin Conley to sign building documents for the Andrews School as they are expected to arrive within days.

 

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